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Old 02-27-2012, 02:27 PM   #1
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Google Sketchup ---> Plasmacam HELP

Hey guys, I have been using Google SketchUp for awhile now, been designing a lot of stuff with it. Now I started drawing a template of parts in a 2D view, because I heard somewhere I can convert them straight over to PlasmaCam.

I have found a couple plugins online, but when I install them the way it says, I still can't quite get them to work.

I am basically trying to make it so I can export a file from Sketchup as a DXF file, or a CAD drawing, that is readable by the plasmacam software. I want to do this simply because it is MUCH easier to draw on Sketchup then it is straight on Plasmacam.

Any help of how I can get this to work would be greatly appreciated.
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Have you talked to PlasmaCam Tech guys?
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Old 02-29-2012, 04:36 PM   #8
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Knew all this already. I know you can export it as a dxf file, even with the free version. I just can't get the plugins to work correctly.
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